Langtang Valley 13 days Trek 13 Days

USD $873/Person
Trip Code : HH/LT-01
Accomodation : Teahouse and Tent camps.
Duration : 13  Days
Max Altitude : 4100
Activity : Treking
Starts at : kathmandu
End at : Dhunche
Trip Route : kathmandu-syprubesi-Lamahotel-Langtang-Kynjing Gompa- Dhunche-Kathmandu
Best Season : Mar-May & Sep-December



In Nepal, the Langtang Valley Trek is a well-liked hiking trail that takes about 13 days to complete. The trek takes place in the easily accessible Langtang National Park, which lies north of Kathmandu. The Langtang Valley, one of Nepal's most beautiful regions, is surrounded by high peaks and glaciers.

At a height of 1,503 meters above sea level, the tiny village of Syabrubesi serves as the starting point for the Langtang Valley Trek. Following the Langtang River, the trail subsequently passed through bamboo and rhododendron-filled, lush forests. Alpine trees and eventually open meadows become the trail's dominant features as it ascends higher. The Langtang Himalayan range may be seen in its entirety from the Tserko Ri peak, which is the highest point of the walk at 4,984 meters.

The Langtang Valley is encircled by high peaks, such as Langtang Lirung (7,227 meters), Dorje Lakpa (6,966 meters), and Langshisa Ri (6,427 meters). Together with other glaciers, the valley is also home to the largest glacier in the area, the Langtang Glacier. Musk deer, snow leopards, and red pandas are just a few of the region's numerous species of flora and fauna.

It takes about 5 to 6 hours of walking per day to complete the moderately difficult Langtang Valley Trek. Most hikers should be able to complete the walk with a modest degree of fitness. But hikers should be mindful of their altitude and take the necessary precautions to avoid becoming sick from it.

The Langtang Valley Trek is a fantastic way to discover the area's stunning scenery and distinctive culture. Hikers will travel through a number of traditional Tamang villages along the route and get a taste of their way of life. Several Buddhist temples and monasteries, notably the 3,900-meter-high Kyanjin Gompa, are accessible to hikers.


Trekking in the Langtang region requires a permit, which is available from the Nepal Tourism Board or a nearby travel operator. Trekkers are advised to hire a certified guide and porter to join them on the journey.

Trekking Permits & Entrance Fees

Sturdy hiking boots, warm clothing, and a sleeping bag are among the essential pieces of trekking gear needed for the Langtang Valley journey. In order to shield themselves from the sun and rain, hikers should also pack a waterproof jacket, a hat, and sunscreen.
Necessary Trekking Equipment


Because it is part of the Langtang National Park, the Langtang Valley hike area is home to a wide variety of fauna and plants. One of Nepal's most significant protected areas, the park is home to a variety of threatened and endangered species.

Oak, pine, and rhododendron trees predominate in the forests of the Langtang region. Many bird species, including the Himalayan monal, Nepal's national bird, have homes in these woodlands. Together with a variety of other mammal species, the woodlands are home to the Himalayan black bear, red panda, and snow leopard.

Together with its alpine meadows, which are home to a wide range of plant species, the Langtang Valley trek area is renowned for them. During the spring, when the rhododendrons are in full bloom, these meadows are especially stunning. Juniper trees, which many locals regard as sacred, are among the other important plants in the area.

There are several high-altitude lakes in the Langtang Valley trek area in addition to the woods and meadows. Aquatic animals like fish and waterfowl have a crucial habitat thanks to these lakes.


  • Scenic drive from Kathmandu to Syarubesi.
  • Visit Langtang village and Kyangiin monastery.
  • Panoramic mountain view from Kyangjin Ri.
  • Beautiful view from Ganja La Pass (5122m).
  • Ancient and important Buddhist monasteries, stupas and monuments.
  • Diverse flora and fauna. Wild animals like red panda, snow leopard, musk deer, bear, langur etc.


Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu Check Into hotel.

  • Airport pick up and hotel transfer
  • Rest of the day is free at leisure
  • Overnight stay at your hotel in Kathmandu
You will be warmly welcomed at the airport by our office representative and then you will transfered to hotel.

Day 2: Trek preparation and Kathmandu Sightseeing.

  • Hotel breakfast
  • Pick up by our team and head to our office for your trek briefing and preparation
  • Afternoon sightseeing in Kathmandu
    • Kathmandu Durbar Square
    • Swayambunath Monkey Temple
  • Drop of at your hotel
  • Overnight in Kathmandu
Our staff will give brief explanation about the program and you will visit  cultural heritages, which includes some of the famous world heritages sites like, Swyambhunath, Kathmandu Durbar Square, etc.

Day 3: Kathmandu to Dhunche: (1937m).

 Drive approximately 8 hrs to Dunche with a beautiful view of the Trisuli River and surrounding forests.

Day 4: ​Dhunche to Syabru Village (2387m).

  •  A pleasant walk down to Shybru Village brings us across the Langtang River, the trail then ascends for approximately 2 hrs and then a further 2 hrs to reach to Shybru Village.
  • From here we witness a magnificent view of Ganesh Himal, Manaslu and Mt. Kerung of Tibet.

Day 5: ​Syabru Village to Lama Hotel: (2383m).

  • The trail descends for approximately 2hrs and then ascends for another 1hr to reach Bombu Village.
  • Following this we climb through Bombu jungle to end our day at Lama hotel.

Day 6: Lama Hotel to Langtang Village: (3541m).

  • Lama Hotel to Langtang Village: (3541m).
  • We trek through rhododendron and pine forested areas for approximately 6 hrs. until we reach Langtang.

Day 7: Langtang Village to Kyangjing Gompa: (3700m).

  • Langtang Village to Kyangjing Gompa: (3700m).
  • After trekking for 3 hrs. we arrive at Kyanging Gompa. From this point the view of Mt. Ganchempo and Langtang Himal is fantastic.

Day 8: ​Kyangjing Gompa to Yala Peak and back to Kyanging Gompa

  • Kyangjing Gompa to Yala Peak and back to Kyanging Gompa After 3 hrs upward trek we reach Yala Peak from where panoramic view of the Langsisa Himal, Bhairab Takura, Dorje Lakpa, Yala and Lirung Glacier can be seen.
  • If you have two days more then you can go up to Langsisa kharka with camping gear.

Day 9: Kyangjing Gompa to Ghoretabela Route is same as previous.

Kyangjing Gompa to Ghoretabela Route is same as previous.

Day 10: Ghoretabela to Syabru Gaun Route is same as previous.

Ghoretabela to Syabru Gaun Route is same as previous.

Day 11: Syabru to Dhunche Route is same as previous.

Syabru to Dhunche Route is same as previous.

Day 12: Back to the Kathmandu.

Back to the Kathmandu.

Day 13: Departure Flight Back to Say Goodbye and good and safe journey.

  • You are saying good bye to the mountains as your journey in Nepal comes to an end today!
  • We hope you enjoyed the tour with us, and are sure you`ll be back in your trip somewhere in the Himalaya again.
  • Approximately 3 hours before your scheduled flight a representative from Touch The Himalayan will transfer you to the airport.
  • On your way home you'll have plenty of time to plan your next adventure in the wonderful country of Nepal.

What's included

  • Transfers to and from the airports, according to the itinerary.
  • Kathmandu hotel with BB Plan.
  • Dinner to welcome and say goodbye.
  • According to the schedule, internal transportation and flights within Nepal.
  • As specified per the schedule, three meals each day will be served during the journey (breakfast, lunch, and dinner).
  • Accommodations when hiking may be found in local lodges or guesthouses or in tents.
  • All climbing and trekking permit costs (Entry permit and TIMS Card).
  • Professional tour guide(s), guides, and necessary porters who speak English.
  • Sleeping bag and duffel bag when on a hike.
  • A complete medical supply kit.
  • All municipal and national taxes.

What's not included

  • Airfare for flights abroad to and from Nepal
  • Entry visa costs are currently $25 for a 15-day entry visa, $40 for a 30-day admission visa, and $100 for a three-month entry visa.
  • Kathmandu's lunch and dinner hours.
  • Insurance that pays for lost, stolen, and medical expenditures as well as emergency evacuation.
  • Alcoholic and non-sterilized bottled beverages are available.
  • Laundry costs
  • All meals and drinks not listed on the schedule.
  • Due to early arrival, late departure, and early return from trekking for whatever reason, additional nights were spent in Kathmandu.
  • Personal equipment and costs.
  • Staff members receive gratuities and thanks.

Good to Know


Many ethnic groups, including the Tamang, Sherpa, and Tibetan people, call the Langtang region home. Visitors to the area can learn a lot about these groups' distinctive cultures by interacting with the locals. These groups each have their own distinct cultures, customs, and traditions.

The massive impact of Tibetan Buddhism is one of the most noteworthy features of the local culture in the Langtang region. There are many Buddhist temples and monasteries in the area, and many locals identify as members of this religion. Religious rites and events are frequently held in the area, and tourists can learn about the long history of Tibetan Buddhism there.

The Langtang region's natives are renowned for their traditional arts and crafts. Several of the ladies in the area are talented weavers who use methods that have been handed down through the years to create exquisite textiles. These crafts are frequently manufactured in front of tourists, who may then buy them as mementos.

Furthermore, the Langtang region's cuisine is influenced by both Tibetan and Nepalese cuisine. A variety of regional specialties, such as momos (dumplings), thukpa (noodle soup), and tsampa, are available for tourists to try (roasted barley flour).


Tea houses: A network of modest guesthouses that offer simple lodging and meals is well-established in the Langtang Valley area. These tea shops, which are frequently family-run, provide a special chance to interact with the locals and discover their way of life. The lodgings are simple but clean and pleasant, and they frequently come with a bed, blankets, and a communal bathroom. In a common eating area, meals are frequently provided with traditional Nepalese or Tibetan fare.

Camping: The Langtang Valley region offers camping for people who want a more remote and personal experience. The required supplies, including tents, sleeping bags, and cooking equipment, can be arranged by trekking organizations. For those seeking a more demanding and adventurous experience, this choice enables guests to take in the beauty and quiet of the area in a more private setting.

Guesthouses: In addition to tea houses, the Langtang Valley region also has a variety of modest guesthouses and lodges that provide more luxurious lodging. These lodgings frequently provide private rooms with attached bathrooms and could also provide extras like hot showers and Wi-Fi. These options provide a higher level of comfort and privacy while costing more than tea houses.